40 Coffey Crossing Washington, PA 15301

$504,999

  • 6 beds
  • 2.2 baths
  • 12 acres

Paradise in the country!! This masterful design and unique 6 bedroom, 2 full bath, 2 half bath home will have you in awe! Don't miss seeing your dream home with all its amazing over the top details. From the secret passage way in the 2nd floor to the commercial grade systems, such as electric, well (300 gallon coyote system) and septic upgrades (drip irrigation), two refrigerators, two ovens, commercial built-in Sonic Ice maker, heated and insulated floors (Dittra System), custom woodwork, ceiling inlays and 100 yr old farm wood wall, solid stranded bamboo floors, custom built ins throughout. Theater room with projector and screen. Massive oversized 3 car garage, silent garage doors, with top notch work shop above, temp and humidity controlled. Grand Trex Deck, huge carport and a driveway with enough space for 16 + vehicles. Mature orchard on property with two many fruit bearing trees to list; Strawberry patch and grape arbor. All with and more comes with 12 beautiful acres.

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Property Details

Status
Active
MLS#
1342952
Property Type
Farm-Acreage-Lot
Sub Type
Res Land (5 Acres or More)
County
Washington
Area
Buffalo Twp - WSH
City
WASHINGTON
State
PA
Zip
15301
Acreage
12
Style
2 Story or 2 Level
Property Taxes
$3,719
Baths F/H
2/2
School District
McGuffey

Exterior

Construction

  • Vinyl

Water/Sewer

  • Septic Tank
  • Well

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About Washington County

Washington County

 

From the Casino to the Outlets, Historical sites like The Bradford House & The Lemoyne House, to the century old Washington County Courthouse, Washington has a lot to offer.

 

Washington County is home to PONY Baseball and the Pennsylvania Trolley Museum.  It is also famous for its rock shelters at Meadowcroft Village, which is the oldest site of human habitation in North America.

 

The first crematory in the United States is located in the City of Washington and was built by Julius Lemoyne, whose residence is also located in the city of Washington and now serves as the home of the Washington County Historical Society.


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